Last June, Roseland Community Hospital nearly shut its doors because of financial problems — a move that could have left residents in one of Chicago’s poorest neighborhoods without a nearby hospital. A year later, it’s still in the red financially, but it’s showing signs of stability and is expanding health services for residents.
THE WATCHDOGS: Ald. John Pope (10th) hired a man who had quit his job at the Chicago Department of Streets and Sanitation; he was about Read More
Luis Gonzalez, 33, of the 5500 block of South Kolin, was charged with one count of aggravated battery with a firearm; reckless discharge of a Read More
WASHINGTON (AP) — The Federal Aviation Administration has extended a ban on flights operating below 3,000 feet over Ferguson, Missouri, for a week “to provide … Read More
The average full-time American employee works nearly 1,700 hours per year, according to research by the U.S. Federal Reserve, leaving many with little time to … Read More